Birthday Cake Protein Ice Cream

Holy cow this was a childhood dream!

To be able to enjoy an entire pint of ice cream let alone a cake batter flavored ice cream is a childhood dream come true.

This is PACKED full of protein to keep you full for many hours and lower in calories versus grocery store protein ice cream.

Birthday Cake Protein Ice Cream

A childhood dream in an adult pint size of ice cream
Prep Time5 minutes
Course: Breakfast, Dessert, Dinner, lunch, Snack
Cuisine: American
Keyword: calorie command, calories, healthi, healthier choices, healthy eating, healthy lunch, healthy recipe, Ice cream, ice cream recipes, ninja creami, protein, protein ice cream, summertime, weight watchers, weightloss recipes
Servings: 1


  • 1 Ninja Creami
  • Ninja Creami pint



  • 1 11.5 oz Fairlife Vanilla protein shake
  • 1 TBSP Sugar free vanilla pudding mix
  • Splash Cake batter extract
  • Pinch Salt
  • Blue food coloring to color it a pretty blue, optional


  • 1/2 Bag Benton's Mini Birthday Cake Animal Cookies Crush up
  • Rainbow sprinkles


  • In the Ninja Creami pint combine all of the ice cream base ingredients really well or until combine thoroughly
  • Place into your freezer for 12-24 hours. 24 hours recommended
  • Once ice cream base is nice and frozen add it to the Ninja Creami bowl and attach the top with the blade
  • Set machine to "Ice Cream" mode and start
  • Hit the "Re-mix" button 5-6 times. Add a splash of unsweetened almond milk after the first or second remix to help it along
  • Once nice and creamy texture is completed, make a hole in the center of the ice cream making sure it goes all the way to the bottom of the pint container
  • Add the crushed-up cookies and sprinkles then hit the "Mix In" button
  • Once mixed in, enjoy!


256 Calories
30.5g Protein
7 WW personal points
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6 responses to “Birthday Cake Protein Ice Cream”

  1. Max Avatar

    Where do you get the cake batter extract?

  2. Shannon Williams Avatar
    Shannon Williams

    Can these sorbet and ice cream recipes be made with a regular blender?

    1. Chef Allie Avatar

      Yea I don’t see why you couldn’t blend it froZen. You can always put the base into ice cube trays and blend afterwards. I’m unsure if it’ll be as creamy but a small blender or food processor may help with that

  3. anni Avatar

    any way you can make these recipes pinnable (a link to add to pinterest boards)

    1. Chef Allie Avatar

      I’m trying to fix my Pinterest link and it should be back up and running now. I know the pineapple one is up on my Pinterest

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